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13/05/2019 at 19:00 h
The lecture will be delivered in English without translation


Free admission. Limited seating. Please confirm attendance after April 29th: confirmaciones@fbbva.es


Fundación BBVA Paseo de Recoletos, 10. Madrid

Today, in Spain, Portugal, Italy, Malta and Greece, the incidence of foreigners in the population is entirely comparable to that of the more traditional European immigration countries. Only forty years ago, however, in these five Southern European countries the size of the foreign population was decidedly modest. Inverting a secular trend, the migration balance with foreign countries has been positive since the 1970s. But after the migration boom of the beginning of the 21st century, a sudden and sharp decline was observed in the following years of crisis.

Prof. Gianpiero Dalla-Zuanna

Professor of Demography, Department of Statistical Science, University of Padova, Italy